Category Archives: fair play

What Is The Matter?

The line on this gentleman’s sign: “WE ALL MATTER” is the path by which understanding, order and peace can be achieved. It alienates no one. The systemic problem being put forth is not with any particular ism, and there are … Continue reading

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BEWARE: “THE NEW NORMAL”

BEWARE THE TERM “THE NEW NORMAL”. When free peoples are called upon to sacrifice their liberties for the common good at a time of conflict, whether by nature or man, then prudence is essential. For the longer these people are … Continue reading

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The Patchwork

                                                                                … Continue reading

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We are born to Justice and Due Process

In 2010, research was carried out by a team led by Paul Bloom, professor of psychology at the Infant Cognition Center at Yale University in Connecticut in the US, and used the ability to differentiate between unhelpful and helpful behavior … Continue reading

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The Impeachment Clause, Fairness and Hamilton’s Warning

I spent a portion of 22 years of my professional life as an athletics coach. As a coach I had to become proficient in not only the skills, tactics and strategies of  a particular game but the rules that govern … Continue reading

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